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Antsiferoff’s Compositions, Arrangements, Transcriptions(1926-1936); also music by other composers

Flat Box Sub-Series 2: Antsiferoff’s Compositions, Arrangements, Transcriptions(1926-1936); also music by other composers.

 

Box   Folder               Date                              Description

 

 

17        18                    1928, 1936,                 Music believed to be by Antsiferoff

n.d.                              to the words of A. K. Tolstoi (“Ballada o

Mandarine,” “Zamolknul grom,” “Kak chudesno

khoroshi vy,” “Kolokol’chika moi,” “Oi, kaby

Volga matushka”)

 

17        9                      n.d.                              Individual arrangements of secular songs believed

to be arranged by Antsiferoff (“Devitsy-krasavitsy,”

“Paschy”)

 

17        10                    1930, n.d.                    Transcriptions of works by other composers,

presumably by Antsiferoff (“Anchar-drevo-smerti”

– Pushkin/Rimski-Korsakov, “Liubov’ mertvetsa” –

Lermontov/Tchaikovsky, “Pevtsu” –Nikitin/Sokolov, “Strorona l’ storonka – Natravnik,

“Akh, ty svet, Liudmila” – Glinka. “Tikho vecher

dogoraet” – Fet/Rimski-Korsakov)

 

17        11                    1927, n.d.                    Transcriptions of works in languages other than

Russian and written by non-Russian composers

(“‘A un Portrait” – L. Denza, “Barcarolle”

(Gonoud), “Das Erkennen – Ballade – Loewe,

“Dormi, bella…” – G. B. Bassami, “Lascia ch’io

pianga: aria con recitative” – Handel, “Nebie” – O.

Respighi, “Rheinweinzecher” – L. Fischer/arranged

by Antsiferoff, “Tre giorni son che Nona

Canzonetta” – Grippa/Pergolese)

 

18        1                      1926, 1927,                 Working copies of music filed elsewhere,

n.d.                              scrap material, incomplete music sketches,

unreadable scribblings, etc.

 

18        2                      n.d.                              Working copies of music filed elsewhere, scrap

material, incomplete music sketches, unreadable

scribblings, etc.

 

18        3                      n.d.                              Working copies of music filed elsewhere, scrap

material, incomplete music sketches, unreadable

scribblings, etc.

 

18        4                      1901, 1912                  Published and printed sheet music by

A. Grechaninov (“V temnoi roshche

zamolk solovei,” Nikitin/Grechaninov, Leipzig,

1912; “Lebedinaia pesn’,” Puare, M. Ya., Moscow,

1901; “V temnoi roshche zamolknul solovei,”

Nikitin/Grechaninov, Leipzig, 1912 “Kolybel’naia,”

Lermontov/Grechaninov, Leipzig, 1912; “Krai ty

moi,” Tolstoi/Grechaninov, Leipzig, 1912;

“Smert’,” Kovalevsky/Grechaninov, Leipzig, 1912;

“Uznik,” Pushkin/Grechaninov, Leipzig, 1912.         

 

18        5                      n.d.                              Published and printed sheet music by S. Liapunov,

 (“Vershiny derev’ev sheptalis’ nevniatno,”

Smirnov/Liapunov, Leipzig; “V tishine vechernei,”

Afanas’ev/Liapunov, Leipzig; “Mne snilos’,”

Nadson/Liapunov, Leipzig; “Nad spokoinoi

kholodnoi rekoi,” Sushkova/Liapunov, Leipzig;

“Pes’nia” Kol’tsov/Liapunov, Leipzig)          

 

18        6                      n.d.                              Published and printed sheet music by S.

Rakhmaninov, (“Est’ mnogo zvukov,”

Tolstoi/Rakhmaninov, Moscow; “U moego okna,”

Galina/Rakhmaninov, Moscow)

 

18        7                      1895, 1900,                 Published and printed sheet music by Rimski-

n.d.                              Korsakov, Nikolai (“Moi golos dlia tebia i laskovyi

i temnyi,” Pushkin/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig, 1895; “Evreiskaia pes’nia,” Meia/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig, 1895; “Svitezianka,” Meia/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig, 1895; “Kak nebesa tvoi vzor blistaet,” Lermontov/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig, 1895; “Gonets,” Heine/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig; “Mne grustno,” Lermontov/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig, 1900; “Po nebu polunochi” Lermontov/Rimski-Korsakov, Leipzig, 1900)

 

18        8                      1895, n.d.                    Published and printed sheet music by

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr (“Ah! Qui Brula d’Amour,”

Tchaikovsky, Paris; “Aria Gremina,” Tchaikovsky,

Moscow, 1895; “Deception,” Tchaikovsky, Paris;

“L’Amour d’un Mort,” Tchaikovsky, Paris;

“Legenda” Pleshcheev/Tchaikovsky, Moscow)

 

18        9                      1885 – 1930,               Published and printed materials for voice

n.d.                              with piano accompaniment (“Akh, vliublen

v glaza odni” – Shchepkinoi-Kupernik/Bilinskiim,

St. Petersburg, 1905; “Borodo-l’ moia borodushka”

– Borodin, Moscow, 1885; “Varshavianka” – L. K.

Ul’arr, L. K., St. Petersburg; “Vengerskaia pes’nia”

–Frants, K., Moscow, 1890; “Viiut vitry, viiut’

buiny” – Eldichka, A., Moscow, 1901; “Vostochnyi

romans” – Pushkin/Glazunov, Leipzig, 1891; “Gei

slaviane!: Pbshcheslanianskii Gimn” – Sokolov, I.

A., Kiev; “Gimn russkikh studentov” –

Golokhvastov/Baldin, New York, 1930; “Dorogoi

moi druzhok from the operatta Der Graf von

Luxemburg” – Willner/Bodanzky/Lehar, St.

Petersburg)

 

18        9                      1896 – 1922,               Publsihed and printed materials for

n.d.                              voice with piano accompaniment (“Est’ na

Volge utes” –Prigozhii, Y. F., St. Petersburg, 1906;

“Utes’ na Volge” –Navrotskii,  A. A., St. Petersburg,

1906; “Iz strany, strany dalekoi” – G. L. G., St.

Petersburg; “Nishchaia (iz Beranzhe)” –

Lenskii/Aliabev, Moscow, 1901; “O Bozhe, kak

khorosh prokhladnyi vecher leta” –

Apukhtina/Miklashevsky, 1922; “Ogorodnik likhoi”

– Nekrasov/Steinberg, St. Petersburg; “Para

gnedykh” – Bokov/Prigozhii, Moscow, 1898;

“Propadai ty zhizn’,” – Loginov/Pashchenko,

Moscow, 1896)

 

18        10                    1871 – 1904,               Published and printed materials for

n.d.                              voice with piano accompaniment (Razbitoe

serdtse” – Krylov/Rubenstein, St. Petersburg, 1871;

“Sovremennaia kolybel’naia pes’nia” – Miule/N. P.,

St. Petersburg; “Tak I rvetsia dusha –

Kol’tsov/Balakirev, Moscow; “Tebia zdes’ net, no

ty so mnoiu” – Kushelev-Bezborodko,

Moscow1896; “U kresta” – Armatov/For; “Khodil

tri raza krugom sveta” – Planket, Moscow, 1879;

“Khrizantemy” – Radoshevskaia, A. I., St.

Petersburg, 1904)

 

18        11                    1897, n.d.                    Published and printed material which does

not include a Russian text (Music by Kernevel,

Paris: “Fantec le Carilloneur,” “La Demente,” “Ma

Chaumine,” “Lire des Pecheurs d’Islande en

mer,” “Les Sabotiers de l’Oree”; “La Marseillaise:

Hymne national francaise” – L’Isle, Rouget de, St.

Petersburg, 1897; “Chanson des Pyrenees” –

Bouchor/Tiersot; “Wanderers Nachtlied” –

Rubenstein)

 

18        12                    1920 – 1937,               Miscellaneous materials (scraps of sheet

n.d.                              music, empty notebooks, concert

                                                                        announcements/programs, etc.)

 

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